Dr. Anthony Fauci is decisive, self-assured, adept at communicating across a broad audience, and immensely credible. He captured the nation's trust by doing four things well. Those things add up to executive presence.
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Employees usually don't speak up about six reasons for failure because they fear career derailment and getting fired. Here's what leaders often don't know (or don't want to know).
History suggests that companies that invest in innovation through a crisis outperform peers during the recovery. Plan now for "post-crisis growth."
Early adoption of new technologies can help businesses diversify their service revenue streams. Operational efficiency is key.
- Adapt a COVID-19 leadership mindset.
- Develop a more aggressive offensive strategy beyond short-term cuts.
- Move from survival mode to "How are we going to win?"
These tips from Larry Becker's book "Great on Camera" address appearance, lighting, background, perspective, camera placement and sound. (And if you're not talking, mute yourself.)
Field techs' roles are overlapping with IT and sales consultants. Rich Smith of Komatsu America Corp. discusses how evolving customer expectations, technology advancements and talent challenges are changing techs' roles.
The EMV extension came in response to letters NACS sent on behalf of its retail members to the four global credit card networks.
Many leaders shifted to day-to-day thinking when coronavirus hit. A crisis, however, unveils who can handle the pressure and can make things happen.
Five old school management practices no longer fit the times. Companies that adapt quickly are more likely to avoid economic and employee pain.